Take a walk through the Autodesk® Exchange Apps store for Inventor and see the most popular apps for under $100 in action. We present a mix of free, paid, and Autodesk apps that are sure to help any Inventor software user or CAD manager eliminate repetitive design tasks as well as create higher-quality designs. You'll see some fun apps too!
All Inventor users and CAD managers who are working with Inventor
Janna SpicerJanna received her bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from Washington State University, and her master's degree in Management in Science and Technology from Oregon Health Sciences University. She is now the product manager for Autodesk Product Design Suite in Lake Oswego, Oregon. Prior to that, she managed diverse engineering teams to develop new products at a leading Test and Measurement company. Recently, she was named Volunteer of the Year for FIRST Robotics in Oregon.
With more than 25 years of engineering and design experience, Jim Quanci has spent the past 20 years developing relationships for Autodesk with leading technology partners around the world. He oversees an international network of near 4000 software partners - third-parties who customize, complement and extend Autodesk desktop and web services based solutions. Along with founding the "Autodesk Developer Network", and current worldwide responsibility for software partnerships at Autodesk, Jim's experience working with Autodesk software partners includes stints managing partners in the Americas and Asia. Prior to Autodesk, Jim worked at Sun Microsystems and General Electric. With a BS in Mechanical Engineering and an MBA in International Marketing, Jim is a frequent presenter and consultant to leading design and engineering software firms on software development technologies.Check out his "Dances with Elephants" blog.http://dances-with-elephants.typepad.com/
Take your design development to the next level by furthering your knowledge of iCopy functionality in Inventor software. By learning how to create an adaptive frame model to develop complex geometric parts there are limitless opportunities for designers to create intricate adaptive components. This hands-on lab goes 1 step further and explains how to create aligned hole/notch pattern features between 2 separate components with differing profiles and end conditions. Today's advanced geometric designs and tight project schedules require designers to be quick and efficient with their part modeling. If you are looking for an opportunity to learn how to streamline your parts development through the use of advanced iCopy part modeling, this class is for you.